Visit Sensoji! Enjoy Asakusa Private Walking Tour!

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Since the Edo period (1603-1868) Asakusa has been the most popular tourist site in Tokyo. Today, Asakusa remains the No.1 destination for foreign tourists. Come join us in this private walking tour in Asakusa! Nakamise street is the oldest shopping arcade in Tokyo, and is always bustling with visitors enroute to Senso-ji Temple. Be taken back in time in Dempoin Street, where you can enjoy the atmosphere of the Edo period. Take in a ninja show at the Hanayashiki Amusement Park, or enjoy a ride on a traditional rickshaw. To really get a sense of Japanese life, why not visit a kimono shop where you will be able to try on a traditional kimono? Then take a walk in your kimono to the nearby Taiko Drum Museum. Afterwards take a rest in one of Asakusa's many delicious restaurants or browse it's souvenir shops to make this experience one you will remember. Our guide is happy to pick you up from your hotel if you book hotel pick up option, but please note all transfer expenses for this tour are excluded from the online price. You can head to the tour's departure point by taxi, or Tokyo's excellent rail system. Photo Credit: http://flic.kr/p/72zKCQ, http://flic.kr/p/aDXPcU, http://flic.kr/p/95SHj3, http://flic.kr/p/8kFc6K http://flic.kr/p/FC3Vi

Since the Edo period (1603-1868) Asakusa has been the most popular tourist site in Tokyo. Today, Asakusa remains the No.1 destination for foreign tourists. Come join us in this private walking tour in Asakusa! Nakamise street is the oldest shopping arcade in Tokyo, and is always bustling with visitors enroute to Senso-ji Temple. Be taken back in time in Dempoin Street, where you can enjoy the atmosphere of the Edo period. Take in a ninja show at the Hanayashiki Amusement Park, or enjoy a ride on a traditional rickshaw. To really get a sense of Japanese life, why not visit a kimono shop where you will be able to try on a traditional kimono? Then take a walk in your kimono to the nearby Taiko Drum Museum. Afterwards take a rest in one of Asakusa's many delicious restaurants or browse it's souvenir shops to make this experience one you will remember. Our guide is happy to pick you up from your hotel if you book hotel pick up option, but please note all transfer expenses for this tour are excluded from the online price. You can head to the tour's departure point by taxi, or Tokyo's excellent rail system. Photo Credit: http://flic.kr/p/72zKCQ, http://flic.kr/p/aDXPcU, http://flic.kr/p/95SHj3, http://flic.kr/p/8kFc6K http://flic.kr/p/FC3Vi

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